Semiparametric inference in observational duration-response studies , with duration possibly right-censored

@inproceedings{JohnsonSemiparametricII,
  title={Semiparametric inference in observational duration-response studies , with duration possibly right-censored},
  author={Brent A. Johnson and Anastasios A. Tsiatis}
}
Once treatment is found to be effective in clinical studies, attention often focuses on optimum or efficacious treatment delivery. In treatment durationresponse studies, the optimum treatment delivery refers to the treatment length that optimises the mean response. In many studies, the treatment length is often left to the discretion of an attending investigator or physician but may be abruptly terminated because of treatment-terminating events. Thus, a recommended treatment length often… CONTINUE READING

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